You practiced, rehearsed typical questions and psyched yourself up for the big day. By all counts, you should ace your interview. However, things don't always go the way we plan. What can you do to rescue an interview that's spiraling out of control? Read More »
By Amy Levin-Epstein, CBS MoneyWatch
If you watch elite athletes right before a competition, you'll see they are fiercely focused. Whether they're quietly preparing or psyching themselves up as a team, all the attention is directed at the goal ahead. Last-minute job interview preparations are similarly... Read More »
By Vickie Elmer
Your big interview is just ahead, just hours away. You feel your stress levels rising, your thoughts scurrying around your brain fast and furious. Then, you stop yourself and ask: What should I be doing now?
If your big interview is scheduled for 2:00 p.m., you need a plan to make the most... Read More »
Are you one of those who speaks up on AOL Jobs? A recent piece I wrote called "10 Tricks To Landing A Job After The Great Recession" garnered heated commentary from readers. Some of you loved me (and what I had to say). Some of you hated me (and what I had to say). Some of you were just P.O.'d at the job... Read More »
These are some typical questions you may be asked in an interview. You should prepare answers, and where possible, short examples of accomplishments to illustrate your answers, and thus your value to a company.
You always want to talk about your benefits and features, as if you were a product. After all, you... Read More »